This study by The Ex’tax Project in cooperation with Cambridge Econometrics, Trucost, Deloitte, EY, KPMG Meijburg and PwC examines the impact of a tax shift from labour to consumption and natural resource use. The study’s finds that such a tax shift among EU Member States would result in 2% higher GDP levels, additional employment for 6.6 million people, and reduced carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of 8.2%, all by 2020. For further information and to download the study, visit the website.
March 30, 2017
Fiscal incentives for agricultural commodity production: Options to forge compatibility with REDD+ (UN-REDD)
July 21, 2016